Deodorants are not something that I am using without thinking about all the ingredients in them. For some time now I am trying to be careful of what I am using and only use „something stronger“ when I need to. In my country, there aren’t many available options and when I want to order online there are many deodorants that are too expensive so if I end up not using them, it is pointless to give so much money + shipping.
Recently I traveled to another country and there I bought an option that seemed ok for me. I used to use their deo-stick that was actually very good, but unfortunately I couldn’t find it anywhere so it seems to me that is discontinued. Knowing that that was good for me, I bought the CD Granatapfel Deo Roll-On. It smells fruity (although not my best preference for a roll-on).
I hoped this one will be somewhat good but that was not the case. It lasted only about an hour until I notice that I have to reapply so I felt very insecure about it. I tried drying it completely and then apply another layer but that didn’t work either. So when I went shopping, that experience was very unpleasant for me. Even going out was a problem since I had to reapply it a lot, and also is not the best feeling when you have to reapply but it is roll on.
At least it didn’t stained my clothes (I usually wear dark clothes).
I do not recommend this roll on for summer. Maybe for the winter it will be better but since I traveled, I threw it away so there is no way to find out.
Have you tried it? And if you have, what is your opinion on it?
For a while I wanted to try how does a matcha taste. I imagined it would be a lot like other leavy things taste like but it became so popular for a while, that I decided to try it. Living where I live, not many options were available. Even the ones that were – weren’t trustworthy. For a while I have forgotten about the idea of matcha and matcha latte but one day I was looking through the food section in DM and saw this.
Grüner tee matcha latte contains 6 packets of 12 grams of mixed powders.
The ingredients are listed as:
And the outside of the packaging looks like this
It tastes more like green tea but with touches of artificial milk. It contains sugar so if you like sugar, you have full thing that you can take away with you to work, travelling or just to keep it with you just in case.
I personally prefer if this things do not contain sugar because that way I can choose for myself whether I want to add it or not.
Do you drink matcha or have you tried matcha latte? I would like to compare the experiences and if it is better to try it raw (I think that raw is always better).
Until the next time
Have a nice start of the week and remember to do something good today 🙂
Imagine that, I remembered to take a picture right when I finished my nails. Even took pictures during the process. I was planning to add glitter too but I changed my mind since I have been using the same glitter all the time. Instead I added a new one that I even forgot that I had… talking about having too many nail polishes… Anyways, here they are 🙂
Lately I’ve been enjoying a lot of cultural activities which I was finally able to go to. My nails weren’t suffering but now they are now cut because some of them broke on a very nasty places. I finally took photos of my nails somewhat early and before their nail polish falls apart 😁 but I took the with some app I’ve been trying on my phone so the quality is not good. At least the nails were nice 🤷
Hi my Readers. Today I am going to inform you about a subject that is always in – rights.
The origin of the workers’ rights days. In the 16th century it was decided by Philip II of Spain the work day to be 8 hours (4 in the morning, 4 in the afternoon with the exception of miners who worked 7 hours). The industrial revolution saw this as a problem and they increased the hours to 10-16 and even more. Child exploitation was considered normal: 9-13 year old kids worked 8 hours, 14-18 years old 12, and children under 9 had to go to school. Although there have been several attempts to reduce working hours, there have been no significant changes.
On May 1, 1886, a labor movement protest was held in Chicago to decrease the working day to eight hours. Tens of thousands of workers protested. On the third…
I decided to name this series “weekly terrible nail shots” because, like you already knew by the previous one, I always take nail shots right before I decide to remove and by that time, the nails look terrible.
For this nail “design”, I painted one hand with deep red and the other with more burgundy red, just so I can see which one suits the glitter better. Suffice to say that the deep red is not my favourite combination and the burgundy one is little better but still on the fence about it.
So here are the pictures that nobody asked for 🤣
Do you have any suggestions on how I can combine this glitter nail polish? Wis
Today’s post is going to be about the brand – today…which is a bit confusing…the name I mean 😁
These hand creams, according to the ingredients and the feeling that they leave on the hands, are looking like they are water based, they don’t leave greasy feeling on the hands but if you are looking for something intensive, even though the name suggests that it is intense – you should look elsewhere. For everyday use and for quick fix for the dryness of the skin – is quite all right. If you don’t like slow drying and absorbance then this handcremes are just for you. If you don’t like your hands to be greasy when you are eager to sleep and you don’t want to touch your blanket with fresh coat of hand cream, then this is just the product for you.
The coconut smells like artificial coconut mixed vanilla just like the name suggests. It is labeled as cream for normal skin. It contains 125ml of product. Dermatologically tested.
The intensive one is with almond oil and shea butter, smells more fresh with some traces of perfume. It is labeled that is for dry hands (skin). It contains 125ml of product. Dermatologically approved.
All in all these are yous basic hand creams that are good for normal skin that doesn’t need a lot of care for. Would recommend for everyday use. H
Have you tried them? What do you think about them, I am curious to know?
By now you are probably used to my terrible nail pictures. But I will still keep posting them because they actually look good in RL and I want to have inspo-reminder. So here are this week’s pics of them 🙂 As usual I included some blurry ones so you can see the glitter 🙂
I am wishing you a good start of the week. Regards, Antidote 😉
As is already known and very usual on this blog I share my nails right before I am about to remove it. But this time, to top it all the pictures that I have are terrible. Unlike the other times when I took the pictures with my camera, this time I took them with my phone. What is up with the Samsung camera and what compelled me to buy Samsung – I don’t know. But here there are. The manicure was really nice but it is not evident on the pictures.
I included some very bad photos so I can capture the glitter and I really tried, but blame the camera
Anyway, I am wishing you a lovely Sunday and amazing last day of this winter.
In honor to every woman. In honor in every woman that made the rights women enjoy today – possible. In honor to every person that helped them.
The earliest Women’s Day observance, called “National Woman’s Day”, was held on February 28, 1909, in New York City, organized by the Socialist Party of America at the suggestion of activist Theresa Malkiel. In August 1910, an International Socialist Women’s Conference was organized to precede the general meeting of the Socialist Second International in Copenhagen, Denmark. Inspired in part by the American socialists, German delegates Clara Zetkin, Käte Duncker, Paula Thiede and others proposed the establishment of an annual “Women’s Day”, although no date was specified at that conference. Delegates (100 women from 17 countries) agreed with the idea as a strategy to promote equal rights including suffrage for women The following year on March 19, 1911, International Women’s Day was marked for…